Daily Archives: Wednesday January 3rd, 2018

Father Zahlawidelivers a poignant message to the hypocrite West

At a session held by the European Parliament on December 6, 2017, Father Elias Zahlawi said the following: The Syrian crisis has roused some worrisome questions, to say the least. From my point of view, as an Arab Catholic cleric descendant ofthe first Christian community in Syria, I found it appropriate to share with you my personal approach to one ...

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Material cannot be explained by physics

An international team of physicists has “stumbled on” an entirely new material, which they have called “Weyl-Kondo semimetal”. The “semimetal” belongs to a category of substances known as “quantum materials”. Quantum materials have various quirky properties, some of which could contribute to future technological innovations like quantum computing that is regarded by many as the next revolution in computer technology. ...

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Freedom of forced choice

Let’s start with a simple example, when you visit a friend at home and he asks you: would you like to drink coffee or tea? You wouldn’t think of asking for juice for example, and this situation is called “freedom of forced choice” ,It makes your mind limited to specific choices imposed on you involuntarily and prevent your mind from ...

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Lobbying &bullying poison US decision-making processes

It goes without saying that some interest groups and influential lobbies have made their way to the helm of decision-making circles on the international level by buying loyalties. Without understanding the well-entrenched  machinations of  lobbying and bullying, it would be difficult to understand why so many weird decisions are plaguing our world today. In an article published by the Strategic-Culture ...

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Economic sanctions ,another ugly face of the war on Syria

The unjust economic siege on the Syrian people is not only another ugly face of the war, but also a kind of economic mass destruction weapon aimed at impoverishing people, increasing the state of social degradation and thus punishing countries and forcing them to adjust their political approaches without military intervention. The economic sanctions against Syria have been on-going since ...

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Repairing Spinal Cord after Spinal Injuries

Scientists from Russia and Britain have created a computer model of the growth of nerve endings, which will help neuroscientists in repairing spinal cord after spinal injuries. “We came up with a virtual method that allows us to study in detail the formation of connections between neurons, as well as the factors affecting the growth of nerve endings.This computer model ...

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“NeverUnderestimate Your Father”

Once, a king ordered his soldiers to kill the elderly. There was a young man who loved his father very much. When the young man heard about the king’s order, he brought his father into a secret room under the house. When the soldiers came, they found no one there. Dayspassed and the king was informed by his spies and ...

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